Roger was diagnosed with keratoconus in both of his eyes in 1985. He had transplants in both eyes about 10 years ago, and then had to have another transplant in his right eye about a year ago. Because of Roger’s vision problems, he was forced to take an early retirement. “I used to not be able to drive home after night shift, so I figured I better do something to fix that. Currently I can see 20/30 which is very exciting considering I didn’t used to be able to see the E on the eye chart.” Roger now enjoys gardening and spending time with his most prized possession, his dog Annie.